In memory of
Carol Cambell Smith
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In memory of
Carol Cambell Smith
Carol Cambell Smith SHREVEPORT, LA- Carol Cambell Smith was born on Sept. 10, 1955 and went to be with the Lord on June 25, 2008. She was preceded in death by her parents, Elizabeth Ann Brown Smith of Grand Cane, La and Dougless Ray Smith of Benson La. She is survied by one sister, Donna Smith and her husband, Dick Pancook of Barharbor Main. She is also survied by many uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins, all of which she dearly loved. Carol worked at the L.S.U. Medical Center in Shreveport La for 20 years as a nurse in the Pediatric Ward. To all her co-workers and friends at L.S.U., may God bless you kindly for the job you do. RIGHT BEFORE HER EYES Though she had no children of her very own, She wanted to be a mother and make a happy home. So while she was waiting for her prayers to come true, She became a nurse to help me and you. And after years of studing and passing endless tests, She became a nurse, yes one of the best. Then finally came the day for her to work at L.S.U., "OH" she could not believe all the work there was to do. Babies that were sick and needed help from above. Babies that were abandoned and needed extra love. Babies that were bless and soon could leave and babies that would pass away causing her to grieve. But after years of letting each baby in her heart, She saw how much each one of them had come to be a part. Then thinking back in time, she began to realize that what she she thought were wasted prayers were right before her eyes. And even though these babies shared none of her last name, God had placed them all with her were she could love them just the same. Thank you Carol!! Love, D.J.
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In memory of
Carol Cambell Smith
Carol Cambell Smith SHREVEPORT, LA- Carol Cambell Smith was born on Sept. 10, 1955 and went to be with the Lord on June 25, 2008. She was preceded in death by her parents, Elizabeth Ann Brown Smith of Grand Cane, La and Dougless Ray Smith of Benson La. She is survied by one sister, Donna Smith and her husband, Dick Pancook of Barharbor Main. She is also survied by many uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins, all of which she dearly loved. Carol worked at the L.S.U. Medical Center in Shreveport La for 20 years as a nurse in the Pediatric Ward. To all her co-workers and friends at L.S.U., may God bless you kindly for the job you do. RIGHT BEFORE HER EYES Though she had no children of her very own, She wanted to be a mother and make a happy home. So while she was waiting for her prayers to come true, She became a nurse to help me and you. And after years of studing and passing endless tests, She became a nurse, yes one of the best. Then finally came the day for her to work at L.S.U., "OH" she could not believe all the work there was to do. Babies that were sick and needed help from above. Babies that were abandoned and needed extra love. Babies that were bless and soon could leave and babies that would pass away causing her to grieve. But after years of letting each baby in her heart, She saw how much each one of them had come to be a part. Then thinking back in time, she began to realize that what she she thought were wasted prayers were right before her eyes. And even though these babies shared none of her last name, God had placed them all with her were she could love them just the same. Thank you Carol!! Love, D.J.
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